Multi-Unit Freehold Mortgage FAQs
A Multi-Unit Freehold or Multi-Unit Freehold Block is a number of properties that are all on one freehold title.
This could be a block of flats or a row of terraced houses.
Each property on the title should be a self-contained unit and can be rented out to different tenants.
We would normally expect each property to have independent services such as utilities.
The information is intended to give you an idea of your eligibility for our Multi-Unit Freehold mortgages. Meeting the below criteria is not a guarantee of acceptance, your application will also be subject to additional underwriting criteria, credit checks and assessment of a suitable property.
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Step 1: Make an Enquiry
The first step to getting a Multi Unit Freehold mortgage is submitting our enquiry form.
Step 2: We’ll Call You
After submitting your enquiry, you can usually expect to hear from us within 2 working days.
During this initial phone call we will discuss your requirements and set up an appointment with one of our Mortgage Advisers. Our Mortgage Advisers are available for telephone or branch appointments, with evening and weekend appointments available.
Step 3: Your Mortgage Appointment
During your appointment, your Mortgage Adviser will provide you with information on the products available and answer your questions on a non-advised basis. If you wish to proceed, they will help you submit your application.
Start the process today by making an enquiry:
Please see our Intermediaries website for details of how to submit a mortgage application to us:
We are currently working on new Multi-Unit Freehold mortgage products with a view to launch shortly.
All our mortgages move onto our Standard Variable Rate after the initial rate period. Our Standard Variable Rate is currently 5.49%. If our Standard Variable Rate changes, your monthly repayments could go up or down.
Loans available to persons aged 21 or over and are subject to status and valuation of a suitable property, over which security will be required. All lending will be subject to appraisal of the financial standing of the applicants.
Most Buy-to-Let Mortgages (investment type property loans) are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.